On December 3, 2022, the BBC news agency reported. Prince William prince of Wales with his wife Catherine, Her Majesty’s Princess of Wales The winners of the Earthshot 2022 award were announced at the MGM Music Hall in Boston. Massachusetts United States On the evening of December 2, 2022 local time Many honored guests were invited to attend the event, including David Beckham, a star in the English football industry.
Prince William prince of Wales His Royal Highness announced the list of 5 winners who won the 2022 Earth Shot Award for their contributions to various projects. to aim to protect our planet And the winner will receive $1.2 million each to develop their innovations to save the world from an environmental crisis. and climate change
“I believe the Earthshot solution you saw tonight is proof that we can win the world’s biggest Challenge By supporting and expanding their infrastructure we can transform our future,” said Prince William about the intention to establish the Earthshot Environmental Rewards, a program to help create change and repair the world, His Highness’s 10 year project starting in 2021.
For the 2022 Earth Shot Awards winners are as follows:
clean our air
-Mukuru Clean Stoves, Kenya: Mukuru Clean Stoves Project, a Kenyan woman founded a business with a predominantly female workforce. These women have produced charcoal stoves that use processed biomass charcoal, made from charcoal, wood and sugar cane. instead of using solid fuel This can pollute the air and cause a number of accidents with 4 million complaints every year.
protect and restore nature
-Kheyti, India, led by Kaushik Kappagantulu, who built a shed called a Greenhouse-in-a-Box to help farmers with small arable land. Protecting produce from extreme weather and pests in countries severely affected by climate change.
Create a world without waste
-Notpla UK Waste-free UK solutions One of this year’s winning projects, Pierre Paslier and Rodrigo Garcia Gonzalez, created a biodegradable plastic made from seaweed and Notpla has produced more than 1 million compostable lunch boxes this year.
Regenerating our seas
-Australia A native woman from the Great Barrier Reef in Australia was chosen as one of the Earth Shot winners. From the project training over 60 women in ocean conservation. in traditional and digital formats.
fix our air
-44.01 Talal Hasan’s Oman project to convert carbon dioxide into peridotite. This is a stone that can be found in many places in Oman and around the world. including the United States Europe and Asia Offers a low cost and safe alternative to traditional carbon storage methods. This includes burying them underground in abandoned oil wells.